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bilingual | Longevity LIVE

Having the ability to speak more than one language is probably one of the most important skills you can have today, with the growing rise of what is known as the ‘global village’ and the constant meeting of different cultures. Not only can it give you a massive advantage in

child technology | Longevity LIVE

Granted, we exist in the digital age. However, exposing our children to too much screen time too early may be jeopardizing their future. With toddlers having high levels of screen time, there is concern about the effect this could have on their development. Thus a recent study set out to

As part of the life cycle of plants- seeds are naturally rich in nutrients. This allows them to provide a number of health benefits.  They can be easily introduced to any diet and for those with nut allergies; they’re a great alternative- providing a similar crunch and taste. We list

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According to The Alzheimer’s Association, 5.7 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease and this number is set to rise to 16 million by 2050 (1). Aside from a large number of Americans affected, over 50 million people worldwide are also battling with Alzheimer’s. That being said, it is important

maternal deaths | Longevity LIVE

Pregnancy should be the beginning of a new life, not the end of an existing one. And yet, every day – due to preventable pregnancy-related conditions – approximately 830 maternal deaths take place globally. Seeings as 99% of these women are from developing countries, it is clear that this situation

pasta | Longevity LIVE

This wholesome, creamy spaghetti is a great pasta option for vegetarians, and will speedily become part of your comfort-food list of favourites. Brimming with healthy fats, proteins and whole grain-sourced carbohydrates, you’ll want to try it out as soon as the weather calls for something warm and more-ish. Especially good

pumkpin | Longevity LIVE

Essential oils have long been hailed as a wonder treatment that can be used as a remedy for pretty much any ailment. And with the variety available, it’s no wonder. One of their lesser-known powers is their use in cooking – not just for the health benefits they add to

eating | Longevity LIVE

Menopause is a phase in a woman’s life filled with a lot of changes and uncomfortable symptoms. Menopause can occur in your mid-30’s, yet most women experience menopause in their 40’s or 50’s. That being said, there are other factors that can trigger early menopause, such as cancer treatments or

new food guide | Longevity LIVE

For the first time in more than a decade, the Canadian food guide has been updated – and the rewrite has been making waves for a number of reasons. The changes administered follows a 3-year consultation period, and immediately two things stand out. First, the new food guide encourages consumers

fried foods | Longevity LIVE

For some of us, fried foods are meals solely reserved for cheat days or unending bus rides. However, for the remaining majority, fried foods are quick, cheap meals to be regularly enjoyed at lunch and dinner times. In fact, more than a third of American adults enjoy fried-foods every day